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on the radio then slip it right across into mexico ♪ ♪ dick and pat in ole d.c. well they're gonna hold some -- for me ♪ ♪ ying yang you're my thing oh, baby won't you hear me sing ♪ ♪ flip flop fit to drop ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, yeah! oh, yeah! ♪ ♪ from san jose down to santa fe kiss me quick, baby won'tcha make my day ♪ ♪ down to new orleans with the dixie dean 'cross to dallas, texas with the butter queen ♪ ♪ rip this joint gonna save your soul round and round and round we go ♪ ♪ roll this joint gonna get down low start my starter gonna stop the show ♪
and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello! how cool is that, huh? welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." "rip this joint" by green day, that was awesome, huh? [ cheers and applause ] going to be rolling stones week all week here -- very good, i'm very excited about that. first, let's get to the news, guys. president obama is nominating elana kagan for the supreme court nominee which would mean three female justices for the first time. experts, yeah -- [ cheers and applause ]
experts say it's an important step towards gender equality. while 77-year-old supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg said "it's about time someone entered this friggin' sausage fest!" [ light laughter ] that's an interesting quote from her. that's right, president obama called kagan at 8:00 p.m. last night to give her the news. and i think obama has been watching too much reality tv because he was like -- ♪ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: "elana, i'm calling to say -- congratulations on making it this far in the competition -- but i'm sorry to say you'll have to pack your bags, because you're the next justice of the supreme court!" [ cheers and applause ] did you hear about this? yesterday a man was detained at an airport in pakistan with electrical circuits and batteries in his shoes, yeah -- authorities weren't buying his
excuse. "hello, i'm a robot, my name is wall-e. [ laughter ] wall-e. number five is alive." short circuit fans -- [ cheers and applause ] major sports story. tiger woods withdrew from the players championship yesterday and said, "i've been playing about a bad neck for quite a while. i might have a bulging disc." [ light laughter ] and reporters starting giggling and tiger had to repeat. "i said bulging disc. come on, guys, grow up." congratulations to "real housewives of new york city" star bethenny frankel who gave birth to a baby girl on saturday. congratulations, bethenny. [ cheers and applause ] you can tell that she was one of the housewives' babies because in the nursery she called another baby a whore and then tried to flip over the incubator. it was like -- [ laughter ] it was great.
and finally a man in britain who was dressed as snoopy was arrested for trying to free an inmate from prison. yep, today in court the judge sentenced him to -- [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots right there! we'll be back with more "late night." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: tonight's musical performance is brought to you by bud light golden wheat. [ female announcer ] does your hair color feel as healthy as it looks?
released, and all week long we've got amazing musical performances to celebrate the reissue of "exile" which goes on sale next week. you just saw green day take on "rip this joint." so fantastic -- later on tonight you'll see the great taj mahal will be singing "shine the light" backed by the roots. [ cheers and applause ] taj is gonna be sitting in with the roots all night long. taj, how is it going? >> it's going good, brother. >> jimmy: oh, my god. i wish i had your voice. that is so cool. i just can't -- that monologue would be much different. maybe -- maybe more laughs even, why -- "maybe i'll just talk like that." you always had that voice? >> yeah. all the males in the family had that deep voice like that. >> jimmy: is that right. >> yes. only mine is a little bit more because i sing all the time. they sing sometimes. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. we just -- that voice almost makes you like immediately go into blues, right? you got to be -- >> yeah. you don't want to say it too loud in airports, you know. "oh, my god, you must be a blues man." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm so happy -- so happy you're here.
thanks so much for being here. >> my pleasure. >> jimmy: so much more coming up later this week, you guys. tomorrow keith urban will be singing "tumbling dice." [ cheers and applause ] wednesday sheryl crow performs "all down the line" -- [ cheers and applause ] and on thursday fish is here, and they are going to do "loving touch." [ cheers and applause ] it all leads up to friday where we'll have the world premiere of the "stones in exile," the documentary which tells us the story of how the album came to be, all in all just an amazing week of shows planned. and our thanks to bud light golden wheat for helping us make that happen. we didn't have all the money to get all these awesome groups. budweiser helped us out. [ light laughter ] but tonight, here we go, you guys. we're gonna start off tonight -- what, a show from "saturday night live" and the new movie "macgruber," the lovely and talented kristen wiig is here. [ cheers and applause ] she is so funny, i love that girl. so talented, funny movie, too. from cnbc's "mad money" jim cramer is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] he's an insane man, an insane man.
like i said, we've got music from the great taj mahal, everybody. this is going to be great. [ cheers and applause ] but first it's time once again for one of my favorite games where we have people lick things and then give them ten bucks, but since this is rolling stones week tonight will be a very special rolling stones edition of "lick it for ten!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ lick it for $10 lick it for $10 lick it for $10 ♪ >> jimmy: higgins, tell us which audience members will be licking it for $10, tonight. >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's contestants are charlie hall, kevin --, ryan and rachel ladd, the luckiest men and women who have agreed to come down here and lick random things for $10. ♪ >> jimmy: hey, how are you? nice to see you guys.
welcome, welcome, welcome to "lick it for ten." tonight's lick it is all about the rolling stones. contestant number one, what's your name and where are you from? >> charlie hall from columbia, south carolina. >> jimmy: very good, charlie and what does your shirt say? >> "stop global ferrets with mustaches." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that is a problem -- that's a big problem. >> we got to -- we got to inform people. >> jimmy: yeah, very smart, very good. contestant number 2, what's your name and where are you from? >> kevin -- from toronto canada. >> jimmy: very good. toronto. >> rachel ladd from palmyra, new jersey. >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome -- new jersey, and you're from boston, probably? >> ryan ladd, we're married, we're from palmyra, too. >> jimmy: from the jersey as well? >> same place. >> jimmy: oh, very good. oh, good. welcome to the show, thanks so much for coming. higgins, what will contestant number one be licking today? >> steve: well, jimmy, contestant number one will be licking this lp of "exile on main street." yes, contestant number one will be using their tongue to lick the record when the needle is down. if they can do it fast enough we'll be able to hear a classic cut of the classic rolling stone record. it's time for them to lick us into the groove. jimmy? >> jimmy: very, very good. very good, thank you, higgins. so, you'll be using your tongue
to lick this record which is on this player right here and you have to lick it fast enough so that we hear one of my favorite songs "shine a light." do you think you can do it? >> shall i lick it in forward or reverse? >> jimmy: seems like you've done it before. [ laughter ] whatever you feel like doing, i suggest. you should probably should lick here and go around that way and see what's up. all right, let's lower the needle here. ready, contestant number one. ready, set, lick. ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go -- [ cheers and applause ] very, very good. they don't sing them like that anymore -- all right, that's enough there, very nice. now, can we see it again in super sexy slo-mo. ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: very good. here's your $10 bill. thank you so much, brother. i appreciate you coming on. come on down. let's get our next contestant over here. how you doing, buddy? >> not too bad. >> jimmy: all right, higgins, what will contestant number two be licking? >> steve: well, jimmy, contestant number two will be putting on this stones mask then he'll dip his tongue in the red frosting and finally fill in the missing word exile from the classic album cover all for $10. jimmy! >> jimmy: go over here behind this table. very, very good. have you ever used paint to -- to paint your tongue and then use your tongue to paint things? >> no, i can't say that i have. >> jimmy: this is a double first. this is fantastic. as you can see, it's the album cover for "exile on main street" but the word "exile" is missing and when i say go, you'll have ten seconds to fill in that word "exile." just get in as much icing to fill it in, yes, of course, you'll be using your tongue. and -- first, i want you to put on this stones logo mask.
>> okay. >> jimmy: and get your tongue to go through there. through. that be -- >> through? >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] there you go. >> that's a little tight. >> jimmy: i think it looks good. let's see it. [ cheers and applause ] stick your tongue out. see what that looks like. yeah! [ cheers ] there you go, yeah. that's what we wanted right there. you've got ten seconds on the clock. want me to load it up? i can put some -- >> what is this for? >> jimmy: i can load up some frosting on your tongue there to get you started, if you want me to. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. [ laughter ] that's not sticking. you need more. got to gloop it on there. [ laughter ] yeah, that's good. ready? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: all right. go for it, on your mark, get set. no, no, no. this side, this side -- on you're mark -- what are you going to lick, the audience? [ laughter ] this guy had to double dip to get back in there. ready? on your mark, get set, go --
yeah. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: that's it. [ cheers and applause ] let's see that again at a greatly reduced speed. there we go. ♪ >> jimmy: very good. here's your ten bucks. enjoy it, my friend. thank you so much. [ applause ] let's bring in our last contestants. come on over, hey. >> hi. >> jimmy: good to see you guys again. this is a tricky lick. this is the only one -- only one of you two will be taking home the $10. higgins, what's going on tonight? >> steve: well, jimmy, contestants number three and four will be tumbling dice down use only their tongue, but first they'll go behind our stones ramp then use their tongues to give the dice a push. whoever rolls the highest number at the bottom of the stairs
wins. jimmy? >> jimmy: all right. very, very good, all right. so, each of you go get behind one of fuzzy dice there at the top there. do you need some help? >> thank you. >> jimmy: no problem, and you'll be licking the dice out of the mouth and from the tongue and whoever gets the highest number on the dice wins the $10, okay? and if you both tie then i'll take the $10 and go buy "exile on main street" that comes out next tuesday. [ light laughter ] all right. stick your tongues out and get ready. let's see the tongues out ready to go. all right, very good. roots, a little stones-licking music. ready, set, lick! ♪ >> jimmy: there you go. come on down. ♪ >> jimmy: let's see what we've got here. 3 over here and 2 there. you're the winner! there you go, excellent job! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's see that in the super sexy slo-mo. let's take a look at that. ♪
>> jimmy: very nice, very nice licks. you guys did a great job. but we only have one winner, you get the $10. there you go, my friend. and of course, everyone gets an "i licked it for $10" shirt. there you go. there you -- can take that home with you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. stick around for kristen wiig, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what's your cheeseburger combo meal come with? bloated feeling, regret, remorse, a bigger waist, loss of self-esteem..... [ male announcer ] instead, try a new summer flavor, the new orchard chicken salad sub. part of a subway fresh fit meal, a simple way to enjoy eating better. subway. eat fresh. for only $2.50, get a western egg white muffin melt, made-to-your-order, and add a 16-oz. cup... of freshly brewed seattle's best coffee.
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her starring in one of the funniest movies of the year, "macgruber." it is so funny. take a look at the clip. >> can i get your name? >> i'll let you take this one, vick. >> um, macgruber. >> good job. >> that'll be $3.45. >> yes, it is. that's what it is every time. look at it. >> no vicki. no tip. what are you doing? get that tip back? >> i have to. [ light laughter ] >> i'm sorry. >> now say you're not sorry. >> i'm not sorry. [ laughter ] he's not sorry. me, i'm sorry. wow. >> macgruber! >> jimmy: very, very good. put it together for kristen wiig, everybody. ♪ oh, yeah, girl, your head is
kind of big ♪ ♪ before you lose your mind baby ♪ ♪ you better tighten up your wig ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kristen wiig. thanks for coming. >> i was thinking of dancing for ten more minutes. >> jimmy: i know, 10 more minutes exactly would have been perfect. >> i would have loved to have seen that. >> jimmy: hey, congrats on the betty white show. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: that was so good. it was such a great show. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. she -- she is so -- i can't even describe the week with all the girls there and everything. she was amazing. >> jimmy: i mean, she's 88 and a half years old. >> i know. i know. >> jimmy: doing those jokes. like 1:00 in the morning. i'm like "is she going to hold up?" >> i know, yeah. >> jimmy: and she was still nailing all the jokes. it was crazy. >> i know, and she was kicking during the update thing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> when we did "macgruber," they asked her to do like a sound check in your mike and they are like oh, betty, can you just, like, count to five and she's like "oh, sure." [ laughter ] it's so funny.
>> jimmy: just to do a bit. >> to do, like, a bit. just to like, mess with the guys like there. she was just so funny. >> jimmy: a lot of writers watch the feed of "saturday night live" up here and "30 rock." they have the rehearsals through the feed. >> yes, the whole building watches them. we forget sometimes when we're miked. >> jimmy: you do forget that -- yeah. but it was really funny. you were doing like a spanish talk show or something where you were coming through, and you just have to dance through and use a powder puff. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and yeah, you totally -- >> i know where this is going. >> jimmy: you totally fell. >> i did. i fell. >> jimmy: yeah, you fell pretty good. we actually -- we have the tape of that. >> okay, great. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's take a look. >> so we need powder. ♪ ♪ [ laughter and applause ]
>> i tripped. i'm sorry. did you see my ass? [ laughter ] >> no, but i think the tour did. >> jimmy: that's great, the tour. [ cheers and applause ] the tour group was up here? >> the tour group, yeah. >> jimmy: they were watching. >> there's tours that come through the studio and i look up and it was filled with people, just waving. thanks for showing that though. >> jimmy: no, no problem. i like to just embarrass people on the show. >> okay. >> jimmy: we've got to talk about "macgruber." >> yes, and you saw it. >> jimmy: what a funny movie. it's unbelievable. >> it's so -- it's so -- i'm so proud of it. it's so good. >> jimmy: like, top to bottom, it's joke, joke, joke after joke. it's just really brilliantly done. but we, uh -- yorma taccone, brilliant. brilliant. lonely -- he's the director. he's in "lonely island." there's one of him and andy and akiva.
>> akiva, yes. >> jimmy: he was nice enough to make us some one-second trailers of "macgruber." >> yes. >> jimmy: so, i don't know if any of them need a setup because it's only one second. >> well, let's try it without the setup. >> hi. >> macgruber! >> jimmy: hi! >> hi. >> jimmy: that's a great one. >> that's me trying to get away from being tied up. that was -- >> jimmy: that's a great trailer. >> like how you added the macgruber. people are going to think that's gonna happen in the movd hiikfr have a lot of money so it's sort of like me entering into that world with her while we're planning her wedding, and there's so many great people doing it. >> jimmy: what is the name for this one? untitled? no name. i have some ideas for names. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. i thought about these. >> okay. >> jimmy: how about "bride and seek." [ light laughter ] >> you don't -- just do quick no's, right? >> jimmy: yep, quick no's. >> okay, okay, okay.
>> "bride and breadjudice." >> yes, i like that one. >> jimmy: maybe you could work at a bakery or something. >> i do, actually. >> jimmy: do you? >> there's a little history that i used to own a bakery so that may work. >> jimmy: "bride and breadjudice." >> "bride and breadjudice." can you imagine if that was the title? just me on the cover with tons of flour on me like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "bride and breadjudice." i'll do a couple quick ones, here. >> okay. >> jimmy: maiden milwaukee. >> okay. >> jimmy: oh, maiden in milwaukee. yeah, that's bad. [ laughter ] how about -- this is a good one here. "for better or wurst," but it's w-u-r-s-t, like bratwurst. [ laughter ] you're from milwaukee, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: "trish out of water." is your name trish in the movie? >> it's not, but i could -- >> jimmy: because that would have been good, right? >> i like how you thought of that title without even knowing. >> jimmy: i figured, maybe change -- it's not too late. >> you assumed my name was trish. >> jimmy: you didn't started shooting yet, right? patricia, and then your nickname is "trish out of water."
i think -- oh, we have one more, but i don't know if this will work. >> want to try it? >> jimmy: is it a western? [ laughter ] >> if i'm going to change my name to trish, i could switch some other -- >> jimmy: then you should call it "bride 'em cowboy." [ laughter ] hey, let's take a look at one more trailer from "macgruber." yeah, absolutely. >> macgruber! >> jimmy: my thanks to the great kristen wiig. we'll be right back with "mad money"'s jim cramer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ready to be pampered? of course! because your legs are irresistibly smooth and soft. new veet suprem' essence effectively removes hair. its new formula has essential oils and a delicate rose scent, leaving your skin touchably smooth and moisturized. veet. what beauty feels like. and try our spray-on format, that conveniently and effectively removes hair with a rose scent more women agree smells better than nair lotion.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, taj mahal! sounding great. our next guest is a best-selling author and host of his own daily cnbc show "mad money" with jim cramer. ladies and gentlemen, jim cramer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: very good. welcome, welcome, welcome. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> jimmy: welcome back. >> sure. >> jimmy: i saw you at the white house correspondents dinner. >> awesome evening. >> jimmy: that was a fun night. >> it was -- he was really funny. obama was great. >> jimmy: yes. >> you were funnier. >> jimmy: where? >> poolside at the french embassy. >> jimmy: exactly. we were poolside. yeah, really close to the bar. that's why i was funnier.
>> actually it was late. awesome. >> jimmy: we had a great time. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it was fun hanging out with you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'm glad you're here. i want to know, last week was insane -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: -- on wall street. what -- what exactly happened? >> we lost control of the market. the market dropped 700 points in probably four minutes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the machines took control. when i walked out, i didn't like the market. i said "it's too expensive" and four minutes later i said "it's gotten very cheap." because it just plummeted like that. >> jimmy: the rumor i heard that it was a typo, that some guy typed in billion instead of million. >> right. there's an "n" between those two, so, it's possible that it was a fat finger. but i've got to tell you, jimmy, the scariest thing is we don't know. i mean, honestly, they called down the heads of the exchanges. no one knows why it happened. not very confidence-inspiring. >> jimmy: but how is that possible, right? i mean, you think like -- that can't be the way -- >> well, it's all run by machines. there's no human touch involved, and the machines just speak to each other. it is "the terminator," okay. it's not only the rise -- there's no john connor. we need john connor for the s.e.c. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean, there's no one in control whatsoever.
i mean, it's a little frightening for the individual investor. >> jimmy: but they -- what do you mean they talk to each other? i don't understand. >> the machines ping each other back and forth millions of times a second trying to find what is the best bid or what is the best offer meaning that in the old days i would go to you, i say "i want to buy procter & gamble." i've got 500 shares of procter & gamble to buy at 58. now it's just a machine to machine trying to find that order except it's 50,000 or 500,000 and it overwhelmed the system. we lost control. no one had control of this market. >> jimmy: that just sounds crazy to me. i mean -- >> well, it's real money and people lost a lot of money. >> jimmy: a lot of -- 1,000 points at one point. it dropped like -- >> it was incredibly scary. i mean you're on there -- i'm watching it and you know that something is wrong because procter & gamble is at 62, and then it's at 39. i mean, this is a good company, "head and shoulders," "crest" -- i mean it's a real company. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and the money just disappeared. later on we tried to sort through the trades. we still have no idea who did it, what happened -- why it happened -- which, again, given the fact that there is a government, we should know -- we should have answers. we have no answers at all.
>> jimmy: makes you feel great. >> right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's insane. >> it was -- >> jimmy: i mean, you were blaming greece? they were saying greece -- >> well, while it was happening, we were seeing the scenes of people rioting so almost we talked to felt like it was real. "yes, it's down because there's rioting in greece." and i'm saying "no, it's down. it's completely phony, ignore it. don't worry about it." but people aren't used to saying "ignore, it don't worry about it," because it's people's money but it was too crazed. it was obviously a glitch. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it just -- they didn't stop it. >> jimmy: what -- >> you would have thought that some grownup would have stopped it. >> jimmy: no one did. >> no one. >> jimmy: what do you know about these companies, peabody's foundation -- [ light laughter ] corporate business incorporated. >> i know peabody cole, which i wouldn't want to affiliated with but -- >> kristen: totally different one. >> good. good. [ laughter ] keep it like that. i'm serious. >> jimmy: dexter incorporated, not dexter textile. >> well, dexter shoe. >> kristen: right. now, this is a different, totally different. [ laughter ] >> dexter shoe is warren buffett. >> jimmy: d-e-c-k, right.
>> kristen: d-e-c-k-x -- >> jimmy: -t-e-r? >> kristen: t-r? [ light laughter ] >> i'm a seller -- i'm a buyer of wwe, of world wrestling. >> kristen: oh, there you go. >> that is a great stock and you raised it 50 cents today with the article and exposure. >> kristen: well -- cool. >> well, next time when you're gonna do that you got to call me. >> kristen: i will. >> and i'll recommend the stock ahead of you -- >> jimmy: what you do you think about the text stocks, if i can just ask you. >> sure. >> jimmy: because i think i might -- and i can say what i want to invest because i'm not going to sway the market. i'm a fool, but i -- [ light laughter ] >> that's true. >> jimmy: what do you think of verizon? >> i think verizon is okay. it's got a real good yield. i like at&t as much. if verizon gets the apple then the stock will go to 32, 33 from 28 where it went out today. i think apple at 252 is a great buy. >> jimmy: really? >> i'm not supposed to recommend stocks but i do. >> jimmy: yes. >> i love stocks. >> jimmy: you just love it. >> i just love stocks! >> jimmy: you live for it. >> that's what the show is about. >> jimmy: exactly. you should love what you do, but you also do engagements on -- on -- like on the weekends, or do you just like -- you're performing live.
>> i like -- i'm performing live this week at the cable show, kind of like one of the cable show like peabody institute, and i'm going to do a show in front of live which is good because most people think the show rigged or phony 'cause he couldn't know this many stocks and, you know, i do a lightning round, like verizon, like apple, like dexter, and i'll be doing it live and people see no, it can't be phony because he doesn't have anybody telling him the answers. >> jimmy: yeah, so they actually see the -- >> right. >> jimmy: so, it's not a magic trick. >> no, it's not a magic trick. although what happened last week seemed like magic. had a great chance to be able to buy, but -- the market seemed very rigged and it's a shame. it's a total casino. that the people who are in the senate were -- were telling of goldman sachs was casino. goldman was fighting that. i wish that our stock market were as honest as every casino i go into. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they have regulations. they have guys looking at the croupiers'. you get a fair hand. we do not have that in our stock market. >> jimmy: wow. do you have pumped-in oxygen? >> no! [ laughter ] and we have clocks. we have clocks!
>> jimmy: that's the lame part. all right, brother. well, thanks again for coming on. >> thank you. >> jimmy: appreciate it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: watch for jim live "mad money" from l.a. on wednesday, may 12. "mad money" with jim cramer weeknights 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m on cnbc. taj mahal performs next, everybody. can not wait. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (announcer) even without pre-rinsing the food from your plates, you don't have to worry about this inside your dishwasher. that's because finish quantum has three chamber technology that releases agents to breakdown food residues so they wash away. leaving nothing behind but the shine. quantum. only from finish. the diamond standard. new positively nourishing. fragrant moisturizers from aveeno, the naturals brand dermatologists trust most.
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